This photoshoot duplicated their original wedding photos, on their 35th wedding anniversary. I also used, for the first time, the method of computational rephotography, or, perspective matching photography. I did not consider using this method until I actually got home and started doing adjustments of the normal photos on the computer. I think they turned out pretty good! The bride wore her original wedding dress and the groom wore a similar suit and tie as the wedding day.
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This one was made to match the tighter shot of the original photo, in which the photographer used the glow from a lit candle to give the photo a bit of a yellow cast...
...while this wider shot was made to match a photo of their son and daughter in law for framing:
Pledging their love...for another 35 years?
..and thinking back to yesterday.
A similar shot, although not identical, to their wedding day. They had yellow flowers and posed with their hands on a Bible.
Here's some samples of a photoshoot I did with my husband, who's also my handsome assistant (whom I didn't even ask his permission to be put in here...because I knew better!) ;) The date on this is quite old because this was intended to be a gift for Mother[-in-law]'s Day, but life got in the way and it ended up being a...Thanksgiving gift? *is embarrassed*
Some of the brightnesses are a bit off because we were snapping fast and also using the remote.